A strong line-up of 10 runners will contest Wednesday’s $200,000 Wyong Magic Millions Classic but elsewhere on the program, a top line three-year-old filly could steal the limelight.
The record-breaking run by (Our) Big Mike to win Saturday’s rich Listed Pakenham Cup (2500m) has provided a watershed moment for trainer Craig Phelan and his family.
United And Conquer and Champagne Boom have both drawn around the middle of the field in Wednesday’s crucial Magic Millions lead-up, the $200,000 Wyong 2YO Classic.
Injured jockey Tye Angland has arrived back in Sydney from Hong Kong to continue his treatment at the Royal North Shore Hospital.
Comin’ Through, Australia’s lone representative at the International meeting at Sha Tin, has finished unplaced in the Hong Kong Mile won by Beauty Generation in scintillating fashion.
Trainer Matt Dunn has given Care To Think a pass mark for his first-up run and believes he is on target for a rich race at the Gold Coast.
A racehorse purchased for a mere $200 and named after one of the owner’s boat could be sailing to victory at Coffs Harbour’s Country Showcase meeting on Thursday.
John Size believes that Hong Kong’s rising star, Hot King Prawn, has the raw speed to overcome what looks an unpromising draw in gate 11 of 12 in the HK$20 million G1 LONGINES Hong Kong Sprint (1200m) at Sha Tin on Sunday (9 December).
Toowoomba trainer Steve Tregea hasn’t ruled out a trip to Sydney with Prioritise for the Group 2 Villiers Stakes at Randwick next week if the gelding claims the Listed Brisbane Handicap at Doomben on Saturday.